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Danielle Schroder Blog Posts

Hawks Quindel Sponsoring and Participating in 2014 NAMI Dane County

September 16, 2014

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) strives to improve the lives of people living with mental health issues in the United States by advocating and supporting access to treatment and community through grassroots organizing. At noon on Sunday, October 5, 2014, Hawks Quindel team members will proudly walk 5 kilometers to help raise awareness and erase the stigma of mental illness by ... more->>

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Schroder to Present at the WAJ Women’s Caucus Seminar

September 02, 2014

Attorney Danielle Schroder will speak at the Wisconsin Association for Justice Women’s Caucus Seminar in Wisconsin Dells on September 19, 2014. In her presentation entitled “Oh Baby! Pregnancy, Maternity Leave and the Practice of law,” Ms. Schroder will address both the legal protections for pregnant women in the workforce and practical implications for lawyers as they transition to and from ... more->>

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Does A Mental Health Limitation Apply To Your Claim For Long-Term Disability Insurance Benefits?

August 11, 2014
by Danielle Schroder

As we have written about previously, mental health issues can be as debilitating as those affecting a worker’s physical health. When a suffering worker files a mental health disability claim, however, he or she often finds his/her long term disability (LTDI) plan has special rules for such claims. Most long term disability insurance (LTDI) policies have a 24-month mental health limitation. These ... more->>

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Schroder Featured In The Summer Issue Of The Verdict

August 08, 2014

Attorney Danielle Schroder's article "The Scope of Discovery in ERISA Wrongful Denial of Benefit Cases" has been published in the Women's Caucus section of the The Verdict, a quarterly publication of the Wisconsin Association for Justice. To view the article, click here.... more->>

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Attorney Schroder To Present At Wisconsin Association For Justice Summer Seminar

July 03, 2014

Attorney Danielle Schroder will speak at the Wisconsin Association for Justice Annual Summer Seminar in Door County July 11 and 12, 2014. Schroder's presentation entitled "Short and Long Term Disability Benefits – What You Need To Know" will provide an overview of ERISA disability benefit claims, from the initial application process to litigation of wrongful denial of benefits claims.... more->>

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LIRC Finds Employer Discriminated Against Job Candidate Based On His Conviction Record

July 02, 2014

On June 16, 2014, the Labor and Industry Review Commission (LIRC) issued a fair employment decision finding that RTS Distributors, an independent distributor of Kirby vacuum cleaners, discriminated against Donald Zunker, a job applicant, when it interviewed but failed to hire him due to his conviction record. The Commission also held that RTS violated the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act by posting ... more->>

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Truck Driver’s Multiple Rule Violations Did Not Amount to “Substantial Fault” Under Wisconsin Unemployment Law

June 09, 2014

A Wisconsin Administrative Law Judge affirmed the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development's initial determination that a truck driver was entitled to unemployment benefits. Attorney Danielle Schroder represented the employee in the hearing on the matter. The employer Waste Management cited multiple incidents, including an accident with a parked vehicle, striking an awning, sideswiping a ... more->>

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Legal Protection for Wisconsin Taxicab Drivers with Criminal Records

May 29, 2014
by Danielle Schroder

Recent news coverage involving Madison taxicab drivers illustrates the stigma associated with labels such as “criminal,” “sex offender,” and “felon.” Once an individual has a criminal record, it can become very difficult to obtain employment. All Wisconsin employees with criminal records have legal employment rights, however, and generally they may not be denied employment, taxi driver permits or... more->>

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How to Get Long-Term Disability Benefits If You Cannot Work Due to Fibromyalgia

April 07, 2014
by Danielle Schroder

Our firm regularly represents individuals who have been denied short or long term disability insurance (STDI or LTDI) benefits. Some individuals have debilitating physical injuries, which clearly prevent them from performing their jobs. More often, individuals come to us because they have a condition such as fibromyalgia, which has no identifiable cause and is accompanied by a host of symptoms. ... more->>

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Legal Protection For Wisconsin Employees Whose Health Conditions Affect Their Work

February 12, 2014
by Danielle Schroder

Medical conditions complicate both personal and professional life, and can adversely affect work performance in myriad ways: You may be falling asleep at work, unable to concentrate on tasks, more irritable or operating at a slower pace. At least initially, you may not be able to identify the specific cause of your declining performance. Still, if you believe a health condition is affecting your ... more->>

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